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UPDATE: Red Cross helping family after fire destroys home in Mazomanie


MAZOMANIE (WKOW) -- The American Red Cross is helping a Dane County family after fire destroyed their home last Wednesday night.

Officials say three Red Cross disaster responders were called to help the Mazomanie residents displaced by a house fire on Curtiss Road in Mazomanie. Fire crews responded to the fire around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Fire officials say an adult woman, her 16-year-old son, and three dogs made it out of the house safely.

The Red Cross is providing a place to stay and food to meet the family's immediate needs.


MAZOMANIE (WKOW)-- The Dane County Sheriff's Office says a fire destroyed a home in the village of Mazomanie.

Dane County Sheriff's Deputies, along with multiple fire crews responded to the Curtiss Road home for a structural fire.

Neighbors from across the street saw the fire, and called 911. They also woke up a sleeping adult woman and her 16-year-old son. Three dogs were also rescued from the home. There were no injuries.

The preliminary investigation indicates that a chimney fire is to blame. The home is considered a total loss. Damage estimates are unknown at this time.


MAZOMANIE (WKOW)-- Dane County Communications reports that a house fire broke out over night on Wednesday in the village of Mazomanie.

The call came in around midnight for a house fire on the 10-thousand block of Curtiss Road in Mazomanie. Dane County Communications says everyone was evacuated from the home, and it appears as though there are no injuries at this time.

Four fire departments were called onto the scene: Black Earth, Cross Plains, Sauk City, and Mazomanie. Fire fighters are still working at the scene of the fire.

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